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Dodgers activate Dylan Floro

Place Kenta Maeda on paternity leave

The Los Angeles Dodgers activated right-handed reliever Dylan Floro (#51) on Saturday. Floro was acquired on Wednesday from the Cincinnati Reds. Los Angeles also placed right-handed pitcher Kenta Maeda on the paternity list.

Floro, 27, has made 25 relief appearances with the Reds this season, going 3-2 with a 2.72 ERA (11 ER/36.1 IP) and has struck out 27 batters against 12 walks. The right-hander started the season with Triple-A Louisville, allowing just four hits over 3.0 scoreless inning in two games before having his contract selected by Cincinnati on April 13. The Merced, California native returns to the Dodger organization after spending the last couple months with Triple-A Oklahoma City last season, going 0-1 with one save and posted a 5.56 ERA (7 ER/11.1 IP), while striking out 12 against just three walks in eight games.

The Los Angeles Dodgers activated right-handed reliever Dylan Floro (#51) on Saturday. Floro was acquired on Wednesday from the Cincinnati Reds. Los Angeles also placed right-handed pitcher Kenta Maeda on the paternity list.

Floro, 27, has made 25 relief appearances with the Reds this season, going 3-2 with a 2.72 ERA (11 ER/36.1 IP) and has struck out 27 batters against 12 walks. The right-hander started the season with Triple-A Louisville, allowing just four hits over 3.0 scoreless inning in two games before having his contract selected by Cincinnati on April 13. The Merced, California native returns to the Dodger organization after spending the last couple months with Triple-A Oklahoma City last season, going 0-1 with one save and posted a 5.56 ERA (7 ER/11.1 IP), while striking out 12 against just three walks in eight games.

Maeda and his wife, Saho, celebrated the birth of their second child early yesterday morning in Los Angeles. He made his 15th start of the year in last night's contest against the Angels, giving up just one run on three hits over 5.2 innings and struck out nine against two walks as he did not factor in the decision.

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